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Alleged specs indicate 3.2Mp camera and 600MHz CPU

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As Apple addicts gear-up for the its Worldwide Developers Conference next month, specifications have appeared online suggesting that Apple may have upped the iPhone’s storage capacity to 32GB.

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Will the next iPhone come with 32GB of storage?

The info comes from a Chinese website’s publication of an iPhone ‘About’ screenshot. Admittedly a Photoshop mock-up’s possible, but if you believe what you’re seeing then the next iPhone will feature a massively upped storage capacity.

The site also published a few additional specifications. These include a 200MHz CPU speed increase to 600MHz and a jump from 128MB of memory to 256MB.

Other leaked features worth noting include reference to a 3.2Mp camera with auto-focus, a digital compass – a rumour that’s already gained traction elsewhere – and FM radio support. ®

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